Assessing For Suicide and Non-Suicidal Self-Injury: What do I Know, How Does It Feel, and What Do I Do? Part 2
This webinar will help attendees build their toolbox for assessing suicide and non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI). Following up on Part I, this webinar will further dive into important assessment components, review a human-centered approach to assessment, familiarize with assessment tools that can be integrated into practice, provide guidance on risk formulation, and identify valuable documentation components.
About the Presenter
Michael Van Wert, LICSW, MSW, MPH
Michael Van Wert, LICSW, MSW, MPH is a Clinical Trainer and Research Associate at the Center for Practice Transformation at the University of Minnesota. As a clinician, educator, and researcher, he is committed to improving evidence-based care for people living with mental health challenges. As a clinician, he has provided group and individual therapy rooted heavily in cognitive behavioral and dialectical behavioral orientations to adults. As a researcher, he has studied the prevention and treatment of psychological trauma, the integration of routine measurement-based care into mental health practice, the stabilization of acute behavioral health symptoms, the use of technology in mental health care, and the impact of health disasters on psychological well-being. As an educator, he has trained mental health clinicians and students in effective therapeutic techniques, and public health practitioners in program evaluation and research methods.